By Marc Hooghe, Dietlind Stolle (eds.)
Social capital - networks of civic engagements, norms of reciprocity, and attitudes of belief - is largely noticeable as enjoying a key position for the health and wellbeing of democracy. whereas many authors have tested the implications of social capital, there's a urgent have to discover its assets. This assortment brings jointly best American and eu students within the first comparative research of the way social belief and different civic attitudes are generated. The members to this quantity study the new release of social capital from instructions: society-based methods that emphasize voluntary institutions, and institutional methods that emphasize policy.
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Another strategy is to compare those who are more active with those who are less engaged in associational life. In order to gain better insights into the relationship between self-selection and membership effects, Stolle collected a data set sampling nonmembers and members in various associations in three countries—Germany, Sweden and the United States—and carried out two comparisons, namely between nonmembers and members, and between those who had just joined and those who participated for longer periods.